Justice begins by investigating policies—both past and present—that affect community members of marginalized backgrounds. We strive to interrogate the historical narrative of the Nobles community by advocating for the sharing of truth and the reconciliation of the history of trauma that affects our community. We will create equitable opportunities for our marginalized students to thrive and achieve success at Nobles.
- We assess the history of the school by partnering with outside organizations, such as Facing History, the Social Justice Leadership Institute, the People of Color Conference, the Student Diversity Leadership Conference and the Association of Independent Schools in New England to help implement and examine our programming and curriculum.
- We strive to facilitate dialogue rather than debate.
- We aim to examine school policies through equitable and inclusive lenses to break down systems of power and oppression.